North Dakota Department of Financial Institutions Forms

The North Dakota Department of Financial Institutions is responsible for regulating and supervising financial institutions operating in the state of North Dakota. Its main role is to ensure the safety and soundness of these institutions, protect consumers, and maintain the integrity of the state's financial system. This department oversees various types of financial institutions, including banks, credit unions, trust companies, and mortgage lenders, among others.




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This form is used for Credit Unions in North Dakota to file Articles of Amendment to their Certificate of Organization.

This form is used for reporting collection agency activities in North Dakota. It is required by the state to track and regulate the operations of these agencies.

This Form is used for reporting sales and permissible investments made by money transmitters in North Dakota.

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